Metro’s board of directors has decided not to increase fares or to significantly cut service to balance the budget.
As a retired Air Force veteran and manager of a Maryland watering hole, 51-year-old Sherman Lacy can understand the sentiment behind a bill to lower the drinking age to 18 for active duty service members.
Social media has become a platform where users express their feelings, and often their intention to kill themselves.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake won’t need to get her pipes ready for her performance in “Chicago,” but she will take the stage.
The owner of Rams Head Tavern in Savage accused of secretly videotaping women as they used the restaurant’s bathroom says he is “embarrassed and humiliated.”
From watching new episodes of “House of Cards” alongside President Underwood himself, to dancing and painting your face 70s style, there’s something fun (and free) going on in your neighborhood this weekend.
Maryland regulators have approved a settlement with Uber that will place the popular ride share service under state regulation.
Police are investigating a reported attempted rape and indecent exposure in Silver Spring Wednesday night.
The Charles County Sheriff’s Office has identified the deputy who shot a man who they say assaulted a woman then threatened her with a gun.
A Maryland measure would create a council to work on ways to cut spending on corrections and reduce recidivism.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has pleaded guilty to a DUI charge Friday, three months after his arrest.
A Thursday night fundraiser at the Pop-Up Playzone in Silver Spring was the latest effort to help the family of Marie Gemmell and her two sons Cole, 3, and Devin, a six-week-old infant, who were killed in last week’s jet crash in Gaithersburg, Md.